|The Power of African American Women Disc 6 - Pacifica Radio Archives|
Disc 6 of a 9 disc set: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | Part 1: "Voices of Pacifica: Gwendolyn Brooks" Spring 2001 from PZ0300.083. Part 2: "Poets and Politicians Against the War" by June Jordan Talk by poet & Professor of Afro-American & Women's Studies at U.C. Berkeley. Also reads her poems & an essay called "The Evening Malcolm X Died." KPFA broadcast, march 1991 from AZ0936. Part 3: "Why Choose Love?" by bell hooks On the question of love, feminism, parenting, homophobia, & more...
Keywords: Gwendolyn Brooks; June Jordan; bell hooks
|Gwendolyn Brooks Open Mic Awards|
The Guild Literary Complex hosts the annual Gwendolyn Brooks Open Mic Awards where poets compete to win the esteemed award. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Keywords: Gwendolyn Brooks Open Mic Awards 2011
|SLounge285 - Larry Winfield|
No. 285 - August 17th, 2012 - 82:49 "Sweet Home Chicago" 00:30 "Kitchenette Building" - Gwendolyn Brooks; 'Chicago Poetry Tour' 02:43 Welcome 03:30 Geeknotes: 100 Thousand Poets for Change, SSDP New Look, Smog Veil Records August Newsletter, ONYXCON 4, Facebook Allows Marijuana Reform Ads 07:38 Open Mic Stage Intro 09:19 "Free" - Sean Rasul 11:51 "Long Way Home" - Quraysh Ali Lansana; 'Chicago Poetry Tour' 13:15 "Speak Low (feat: Mac Lethal)" - Kid Called Computer 18:41 "Stay Alive" - Cold Blue ...
Keywords: Sundown Lounge 285; SLounge285; Gwendolyn Brooks; 100 Thousand Poets for Change; SSDP; Smog Veil Records; ONYXCON 4; Sean Rasul; Quraysh Ali Lansana; Kid Called Computer; Mac Lethal; Cold Blue Kid; Smoke & Magic; William Kurk Enterprise; All-Star Horns; The Kickback; Stuart Dybek; Girl Detective; Justin and the Salty Dogs; Sich; Reveton; Ana Castillo; Rachel Barton Pine; Backyard Ghos
|Studs Terkel - Born To Live - WA4CZD|
Studs Terkel July 6, 1962 Born To Live: Hiroshima (rebroadcast, taped from the radio). This is a classic cold war program recorded in 1961 that features interviews, spoken word/sound collage, and music about nukes. Influenced by Norman Corwin but IMO lacks his cohesiveness.
Keywords: Cold War; Carl Sandburg; Alexander Elliot; Harlow Shapley; Georgia Turner; Arthur C Clarke; John Ciardi; Nicolai Pogodin; Albert Einstein; Buckminster Fuller; William Sloane Coffin Jr; Shanta Ghandi; Sean O'Casey; Salvatore Baccaloni; Gwendolyn Brooks; Miriam Makeeba; James Baldwin; Simone de Beauvoir; Lillian Smith; Perry Maranda; Mytoko Harubasa; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Pete Seeger; Atomic Bomb; Hiroshima-shi (Japan) -- History -- Bombardment, 1945
|Tenderloin Times (November 1987) (Volume Vol. 11, No. 10)|
Tenderloin neighborhood monthly newspaper
Keywords: Homeless shelter plan; AIDS and Women; Vietnamese Voters; Ask the people: If you could be invisible for 24 hours, what would you do?; House Log; Election Recommendations; Doan Van Toai; Vietnamese Gulag; Inshort: North of Market Child Development Center; International Haiku Conference; Diem Bui; Dalt Hotel tenants; Daughters of the Country film; Sequoia Hotel; Pacific Bay Inn; Crime report; Cambodians seek families; North of Market Planning Coalition meeting; Seriphape; Lao Journal; Knight's Restaurant closes; Eatin' the Loin: Taqueria Chula; The Tenderside; 509 Club Cultural Exchange; Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Festival; Adam Gottstein; Art of Work at Local 2; Calendar; Gwendolyn Brooks; Toltec in Decoland; photo essay; Ten Years of Tenderloin Times; Ron Silliman; Rob Waters; Peter McCarthy; Interview: Cesar Ascarrunz; Tenderloin Writers' Workshop: Poetry; Tenant Tips; Acting Our Age film on aging women; Lucille Isenberg; Ana Bosch